The cigar begins with charred oak, some mustiness and a mild cinnamon. At a quarter inch in, some earthiness joins the profile. At three quarters of an inch in, the charred oak is still up front with some musty earth behind it. The cinnamon is faint but present on my tongue long after the draw has finished. The retrohale is an even mix of the charred oak and musty earth. At an inch and a quarter, the cinnamon has picked up as all of the components are now at an equal level. The strength in this third was slightly above medium.